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EU suing AstraZeneca to get 90 mn vaccine doses before July

The EU executive is suing British-Swedish pharmaceutical group AstraZeneca to force it to deliver 90 million more doses of its Covid-19 vaccine before July, a spokesman said on Tuesday

Oxford-AstraZeneca Corona Vaccine

EU countries want emissions targets to stay linked to wealth: Document

The 27 EU government leaders will hold a summit on 24-25 May to discuss how they plan to meet the EU's new 2030 climate goal - a cut in net emissions of at least 55 per cent from 1990 levels

EU countries want emissions targets to stay linked to wealth: Document

Pandemic surge in European house prices raises fears of new bubble

In many big European cities, prices have been rising for decades, pushed higher by a cocktail of low interest rates, land shortages and construction that cannot keep pace with demand

Pandemic surge in European house prices raises fears of new bubble

A re-set in India-UK ties?

Britain may be telling the European Union it has options after Brexit. India may be telling China it has friends, and it may even be sending a message to the European Union about the need to close ...

A re-set in India-UK ties?

EU eyes letting fully vaccinated travellers into bloc

The European Union’s executive on Monday proposed that travellers who are fully vaccinated with EU-approved jabs be able once again to enter the bloc, if they come from countries keeping Covid-19 at ...

EU eyes letting fully vaccinated travellers into bloc

EU lawmakers want 'Covid-19 certificate' to guarantee free movement

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) adopted their negotiating position on the Commission's proposal

EU lawmakers want 'Covid-19 certificate' to guarantee free movement

Vaccinated Europeans outnumber confirmed Covid-19 cases

To date, some 215 million vaccine doses have been administered in Europe

Vaccinated Europeans outnumber confirmed Covid-19 cases

Herbal tea and frog legs: Five things about Albania

Albania is one of Europe’s poorest nations but has huge potential for tourism, a rich culinary scene and a tradition of religious tolerance

People wave Albanian flags during a Socialist Party election rally in Tirana, Albania on 22 April

Russia moves Navalny to prison hospital under Western pressure

Ailing Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has been transferred to a prison hospital as the EU warned it would hold Moscow responsible for the state of his health

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny delivers a speech during a rally to demand the release of jailed protesters, who were detained during opposition demonstrations for fair elections, in Moscow, Russia, 29 September 2019.

EU sanctions 10 Myanmar junta officials

The EU on Monday announced sanctions on 10 Myanmar junta officials and two conglomerates linked to the military over the coup and bloody crackdown on protesters in their country

A man flashes the three-finger salute as he passes burning tires during a protest against the military coup, in Mandalay, Myanmar on 1 April 2021
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